Chapter 114 Shawn, Farewell Forever
Norah was blooding more and more. She was so scared that she spoke incoherently.
She mentioned the baby that was her last bargaining chip.
If he didn't even believe that and didn't come to save her, she would completely give up and never hold onto even the slightest bit of hope for him again.
"Norah, ever since we shared a room, we have always taken precautions against pregnancy. If you made another excuse, I might have believed you."
When Shawn's voice came through again, Norah felt like her world had turned dark, and there was no more light.
The sun in her world had fallen.
It had fallen forever, and would never rise again.
Norah held onto her phone and spoke with a decisive tone, "Shawn, whether you want to believe it or not, I'm not lying to you. I did get into a car accident. Our baby and I are really in danger. If you find out the truth one day, I won't forgive you."
After speaking, Norah hung up the phone.
Immediately, she called the ambulance.
She needed to survive, she had to. Only then could the baby be safe.
But just after she pressed the numbers for the ambulance, she had a nervous breakdown because her phone was dead.
She tried to turn it off and restart it, once, twice, three times...
But nothing worked.
The phone was now like a useless black brick in her hand, and it was useless.
If she had known that he would give such an answer, she wouldn't have wasted her last chance and last hope on him.
She would have just called the ambulance without hesitation.
But in this world, there were no such assumptions, and all she had were regrets.
Throwing her phone aside, Norah gritted her teeth and cried out in pain.
After crying, she wiped away the tears on her face without any care for her appearance. She knew that no one else would come to save her now, except for herself.
"Baby, hold on. You have to hold on."
"Mommy will find a way. Mommy will make sure nothing happens to you."
She had to get out of the car. Only then would there be a glimmer of hope.
Looking at the door next to the driver, Norah used all her strength to crawl over and unlock the door.
The rain was still pouring down.
Just as she opened the door, the rain poured in like a flood, soaking her entire body. The blood was mixed with the rain, running down her body crazily.
At this moment, Norah's white dress was covered in blood stains, like a bunch of enchanting little flowers in full bloom.
It was so miserable and harsh.
The rain was pouring down heavily. Norah was so cold that she shivered all over. She was freezing.
Her hands were numb due to the low temperature, and her entire body was frozen, as if she had just crawled out of a cellar.
Finally, she crawled out of the car door.
Just as she tried to stand up, she felt a sharp pain in her leg.
If she guessed correctly, her leg was probably broken.
It hurt so much.
But no matter how painful it was, it couldn't compare to the pain in her heart.
The pain Shawn had caused her was like a knife, piercing her heart, killing her with every blow.
So, the pain in her body was nothing!
There were a few cars on the road, but not none.